The History of Fashion dates back to somewhere between The Mesozoic and The Prozac Eras when tribes of designers escaping the doldrums decided to burrow in the Dolomites where they became inspired by its natural beauty and the possibility of catwalks …
1. Fashionistas – from the ista tribe, who migrated in the late 39th century from Ista Island to the southern shores of Fashio. They had high heeled webbed feet and were known for wearing gold and leather accessories around the genitalia. As they evolved, the gold and leather were replaced by Prada sunglasses to protect them from being recognised.
2. Fashion Weak – a syndrome popular during post-Fashion Week, when sleep-dep meets brain-drain and even one’s bank account is depleted
3. Fashion Victims – attributed to a strain of the Fashionistas who encountered stormy seas on their maiden voyage to Fashio and washed ashore months later, with bad hair and makeup. Their Pradas were either smashed or shredded during transit. Fossilized remains of these Pradas were recently excavated during an archaeological dig led by Karl Lagerfeld, seeking ideas for his Fall 2045 Collections.